No matter whether you are a single child, or have worked hard or ready to shift to other stream, the company has done nothing illegal in not transferring you to your hometown unless there is requirement for the company.
Since you have already left the organisation/ absconding, hopefully the company will steps proper legal steps.
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27th May 2016 From India, Kolkata
But, if you could place urself in my place then what would you have done to do next? Because, I have seen other IT companies where they value their employees.
And For me, "If we value our employees, the same values and respect will get for our client too"
So, i dont know whether i have done a right thing or a wrong thing, but if they dont understand their employees, then i dont think it would help me to stay in such type of environment.
Though he was ready to work for hours and was ready to work in any shift, not only this was also to change is skill set, still they didnt turned up very well to him, atleast they could have send him to his hometown on a deputation policy for 1 month so that he can take care of his parents and simultaneously, worked from hometown too, but these people didnt do that, instead, they told him to go on ur own leaves, which also the other issue for him as he was facing a financial issue too.
So, in this case, if he is not willing to take loan cause already he was paying loan amount from his salary (75% of his Sal), and these people were telling him to take loan or go on ur own leave. As going on leave for atleast 15 days will cut the amount 50% of your salary.
The thing is i am not blaming the policy or some other thing, if the employee is having a genuine emergncy issue,then company should stand with him and do the needs. Instead of that, the HR who was talking to me acting like he was so professional, but after getting hitted by my straight questions, he rudely said "Get Out!! Go take care of your parents and give the resignation" iS this a professional behaviour??
Thus, if you could find me some suggestion on this, that will surely help me
then I will be looking forward to it.
Thanks in advanced
1st June 2016 From India, Mumbai